thumbnail

50 U.S States by a Single Clue

Can you name each of the fifty states based on each clue?
Quiz by WolfCam
Rate:
Last updated: March 28, 2021
You have not attempted this quiz yet.
First submittedJanuary 4, 2018
Times taken1,047
Average score66.0%
Rating4.20
Report this quizReport
6:00
Enter answer here
0
 / 50 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
 
Clue
State
The Capital is known for Car Racing
Indiana
Means "Green Mountain" in French
Vermont
Changed its state flag in 2020
Mississippi
Where "To Kill a Mockingbird" Takes Place
Alabama
Toto, I don't think we're in ______ Anymore!
Kansas
Home to Duke University
North Carolina
Almost went to war with Ohio
Michigan
Was Bombed by the Japanese in 1941
Hawaii
The Battle of Little Bighorn happened here
Montana
The Capital is Charleston
West Virginia
Famous for Peaches
Georgia
Jaws was based here
Massachusetts
Cornhusker State
Nebraska
Stephen King lives here
Maine
Abbreviated MO
Missouri
Borders Maine
New Hampshire
Home to Mount Rushmore
South Dakota
Silicon, Napa, and Death
California
Only State Flag with two different sides
Oregon
Where "Sleepy Hollow" is
New York
Where Lincoln Lived
Illinois
Has the cities of Newport and Providence
Rhode Island
Buckeye State
Ohio
Mostly Panhandle and Peninsula
Florida
The Jamestown Settlement was here
Virginia
Clue
State
Home to Rocky Mountain National Park
Colorado
Elvis Presley lived here
Tennessee
Least forested state in the country
North Dakota
Northernmost State in the Lower 48
Minnesota
Most Bigfoot sightings happen here
Washington
Least Populous State
Wyoming
North of Long Island Sound
Connecticut
Known for Cajun Food
Louisiana
Most Densely Populated State
New Jersey
Had the Largest Tornado in History in 2013
Oklahoma
Produces the most Corn
Iowa
Only State to have Diamonds
Arkansas
Used to be part of Russia
Alaska
Home to the Grand Canyon
Arizona
Home to the town of Hershey
Pennsylvania
Famous for Cheese
Wisconsin
Everything is Bigger Here
Texas
The First State
Delaware
Home to the Great Salt Lake
Utah
Part of the Gadsden Purchase
New Mexico
Home to Mammoth Cave National Park
Kentucky
First State to Secede from the Union
South Carolina
Produces the Most Potatoes
Idaho
Home to Las Vegas
Nevada
Donated Land to become Washington D.C
Maryland
1 Comments
+2
Level 80
Feb 9, 2019
There is no such thing as "the Pueblo tribe", and any indigenous/Native American pueblos most likely do not exist in North Dakota. They are concentrated in the Southwest, mainly in New Mexico (ex. Taos, Laguna, Acoma, and many others) and Arizona (Hopi).